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File:TextsNT.PNG|thumb|The inter-relationship between significant ancient manuscripts according to Burkitt '''Francis Crawford Burkitt''' (3 September 1864 – 1935) was a British theologian and scholar. He was Norris Professor of Divinity at the University of Cambridge, from 1905 until shortly before his death. Burkitt was a sturdy critic of the notion of a distinct "Caesarean text-type|Caesarean Text" of the New Testament put forward by B. H. Streeter and others. He was educated at Harrow School and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he read mathematics, graduating Bachelor of Arts|B.A. as 28th Wrangler (University of Cambridge) in 1886, and gained a first-class in the theological tripos in 1888. Burkitt accompanied Robert Lubbock Bensly|Robert Bensly, J. Rendel Harris|James Rendel Harris, and sisters Agnes and Margaret Smith on the 1893 expedition to Saint Catherine's...
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